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In 1994, a portion of Frank Lloyd Wright's Unitarian Meeting House in Madison, Wisconsin was being re-roofed, and the copper sheets trucked off for scrap. That was when designer Scott Lesh decided to purchase large quantities of the material to create sculptural works, as well as a line of limited edition jewelry.
Each piece is made from portions of the historic roof, sterling silver, and freshwater pearls.
Material: copper, sterling silver, freshwater pearls
Size: 1 3/4" x 3/8"
Made in: Madison, Wisconsin
Note: Due to its recycled nature, jewelry can vary slightly in color + texture.